Essential Conservation Work

This week’s theme is Tantallon Castle, on the Scottish coastline in East Lothian just outside North Berwick. We visited it in September 2010 whilst exploring the coastline north of Berwick upon Tweed, and we were instantly captivated by its wonderful setting on the coast with the backdrop of Bass Rock.

When we visited, Historic Scotland were part-way through essential conservation work, looking to rebuild and restore the soft green stone cladding around the Mid Tower or Fore Tower.

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